2021-2022 Pierce College Catalog 
    
    Sep 24, 2022  
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HSEM 380 Risk Reduction for HSEM (5 credits)



Prerequisite Current enrollment in the Bachelor of Applied Science in Homeland Security Emergency Management program.

Course Description
This course provides an introduction to the development of risk reduction strategies, business plans and budgets to support implementation.

Student Outcomes
1.0 Compare and contrast risk assessment and analysis theories.

2.0 Research and analyze the nation’s private sector strategies for critical infrastructure protection and securing cyberspace.

3.0 Analyze the key steps and actions that can be taken to manage risk including the study and understanding of the community or entity at risk.

4.0 Analyze case studies and evaluate the application of risk reduction strategies.
4.1 Describe lessons learned and best practices.
4.2 Develop risk reduction strategies based utilizing standard industry mitigation processes.


5.0 Identify critical operations and interpret risk factors and strategies as part of a comprehensive risk analysis for deployments for all hazards.
5.1 Develop a gap analysis that includes critical operations, creating business or action plans, and a budget to support the implementation of the strategies.

6.0 Assess and interpret risk factors and strategies for deployment of resources for all hazards emergencies.



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